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BIG CROWD FOR GRAFTON BULL RIDE

A big crowd was on hand last night for the Grafton round of the Professional Bull Riders tour. With $12,000 and Australian and International World rankings points up for grabs, spectators were assured a night of action. Tamworth’s Lachlan Slade, who was making a comeback after injury, dominated the event taking home the trophy for most successful rider. Last night’s bull ride was the second round in the Australian series, with three riders making it through to the championship round.

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LADIES LEAGUE TAG INDIGENOUS ALL STARS TEAM A CRL FIRST

Group 3 Rugby League is set to announce a first when the Indigenous All Star round kicks off. Announced at the competition’s presentation night last night, they will include a women’s Indigenous All Stars exhibition game. “As far as I know it hasn’t been done in CRL with the ladies league tag so I thought it might be a first for Group 3 to be able to kick this off and do it.” It comes after a successful league tag season and will be used to put together a strong representative side for Group 3. Bridge hopes the game will be played between February and March next year.

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BOAMBEE BOMBERS FIGHT FOR A SPOT IN THE GRAND FINAL

In North Coast Football, the captain of the Boambee Bombers says he’s confident the team will come away with another win against Urunga Raiders this Saturday, in round 2 of the finals series. It follows a narrow victory against the Raiders last weekend, 2-1. “There’s a lot of confidence and belief in the team this year. We think we can go all the way. We’ve got the players and the coaching staff.” Meanwhile, ladder leaders Coffs Harbour Lions will take on the Orara Valley Dingoes. Both games kick off at 3pm.   (Vision and Talent)

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